Get Better at Golf
Tips On How To Improve Your Golf Game
A study was done on average golfers, and it showed a mere 9.5% overall increase in accuracy can bring one's scoring average down to 79. This is an exceptional increase for most people, but how do they get to this point? How does one improve their golf game to a point where such results are possible?
Accuracy, a positive mindset, and a powerful swing make all the difference.
Let's take a look at important tips to remember when you hope to improve your golf game in the long-run. These tips should be the foundation from which you launch towards a better time on the golf course.
1) Rotate Left Forearm Early
Look at how you are swinging the club while driving through the ball. You will realize the wrists lock up, and the forearm doesn't twist enough. This is what leads to the golf club losing momentum. You have to begin to twist/rotate the left forearm as the golf club comes down.
You don't want to rotate after the contact has been made as most average golfers do. This alone is going to add 20 yards to your drive.
Many PGA golfers have made this change and work on it because of the value it adds to your game.
2) Two Swings For Practice Are Required
Are you a person who thinks they don't need practice before a shot? Even worse, are you a person that takes ten practice swings before pulling the trigger? You have to get out of these bad habits because they are ruining your game. Yes, even the person who is taking ten practice swings is not smart about their approach.
You are going to go cold and lose focus if you take that many practice swings.
Aim for two and then swing away on the third. You will start to see results because too many people overdo the practice swings.
3) Use Trees And Grass
Sometimes, it is not your swing that is causing the issues. It is your ability to read the conditions. Too many golfers will assume they are playing in a vacuum where everything is the same as it would be indoors. You are playing outdoors on the golf course, which means weather conditions will play a role.
You have to look at the wind and figure out how much it will impact your swing.
There are two ways of doing this and it is recommended to use both of them in tandem. Look at the trees and how the leaves are blowing. A strong wind is going to create extra action with the leaves. Take a bit of grass and throw it in the air. Which way has the grass blown? This is the same way your ball will behave when hit.
You want to be able to read conditions right away.
These are the tips you need to know when hoping to improve your golf game. You can also become one of the "average" golfers that can get their score under 80.